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Facebook training for seniors being offered

VERO BEACH -- The on-line marketing firm Social Kaboom has announced Facebook training classes for s

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New elections chief to be sworn in March 22 at Commission meeting

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - Newly appointed Supervisor of Elections Leslie Swan can begin implementing her

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Insurance rates top Gov. Scott’s list, likely to rise

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - Newly sworn in Governor Rick Scott has said Florida's property insurance syste

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Sebastian Police still seeking citizens for academy

SEBASTIAN - The Sebastian Police Department still looking for citizens to participate in its annual

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Vero Beach Police Department joins National Crime Map

VERO BEACH - Vero Beach residents now have the ability to find out what the Vero Beach Police Depart

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Sebastian Police Department to host annual Citizen Police Academy

SEBASTIAN - The Sebastian Police Department is announcing its annual Citizen's Academy, which will b

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Beyond Special K Celebrates Legends and Legacy

VERO BEACH -- Everyone is invited on Saturday, December 4 to the Gifford Youth Activity Center Gymna

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Despite calm season, insurance still going up

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- Despite surviving another year without a major hurricane hitting the Treasure

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Gospel Extravaganza

VERO BEACH -- Come out and enjoy a great Gospel Extravaganza at 5:00 pm, Saturday, July 3 at the G

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World Ocean Day observances to be held this evening

VERO BEACH -- Area residents will congregate on local beaches, particularly at Jaycee Beach and Sext

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Eleanor Williamson, 80, founding member of ARC

Eleanor Marie Ross Williamson, 80, died unexpectedly May 14, 2010 at Indian River Memorial Hospital.

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Tea Party expects big crowd Friday at Holman

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY -- The first Indian River Tea Party event in 2009 drew an estimated 3,500 people